The Social Security Administration (SSA) has resumed its practice of sending employers social security number (SSN) no-match letters, labeled Employer Correction Requests. Here’s what you need to know: SSA stopped issuing SSN no-match letters in 2007 because it was uncertain what employers were required to do after receiving one of these letters. SSA had issued…

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UPDATE: DACA Continues and ICE Raids in California To California Clients and Friends of the Firm: We have important updates for you about the Supreme Court’s decision this week allowing DACA to continue while the termination of DACA is challenged in ongoing litigation, and the many Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids being conducted in…

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Practice Areas: Immigration Counseling

Federal immigration authorities are focusing on site visits to check employer compliance and apprehend undocumented workers. The many Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids in the news, including the high-profile nation-wide action against 7-Eleven stores, have brought this issue to the forefront. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) also is focusing on employer site visits…

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Practice Areas: Immigration Counseling

Leigh Cole once again is serving as an instructor for an online course for the National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA). Since 2011 Ms. Cole has co-instructed NACUA’s course “Immigration Basics for Colleges and Universities” with Michael Pfahl, Associate Counsel, Kent State University. NACUA’s online courses offer in-depth coverage of important issues in…

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